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EDWIN DROOD and MISCELLANIES ...
CHRISTMAS STORIES from " Household Words," &c. 14
THE LIFE OF CHARLES DICKENS. ByJOHN Forstek. With Illiislrations.
Uniform with this Edition, i vol. los. 6d.

A Aleio Edition of above, ■with the Original Illustrations, in croivn 8z'o, 30 vols.

in sets only.



43 lUustrns.


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CHAPMAN &- HALL, LIMITED. 23

DICKENS'S (CHARLES) WORKS.
THE "CHARLES DICKENS" EDITION.

In Crown Svo, In 21 vols. , doth, with Ilhistrations, £j i6s.

s. d.
PICKWICK PAPERS 8 Illustrations ... 4 o

8 ,, ... 4 o



MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT .
DOMBEY AND SON
NICHOLAS NICKLEBY .
DAVID COPPERFIELD .
BLEAK HOUSE
LITTLE DORRIT ...
OUR MUTUAL FRIEND.
BARNABY RUDGE...
OLD CURIOSITY SHOP .



4 o

4 o

4 o

4 o

4 o

4 o
3 6

5 6



A CHILD'S HISTORY OF ENGLAND 4 3 6

EDWIN DROOD and OTHER STORIES 8 ,. ... 3 6

CHRISTMAS STORIES, from "Household Words" ... 8 3 6

SKETCHES BY "BOZ" 8 ,, ... 3 6

AMERICAN NOTES and REPRINTED PIECES ... 8 ,, ...3 6

CHRISTMAS BOOKS 8 „ ... 3 6

OLIVER TWIST 3 „ ... 3 6

GREAT EXPECTATIONS 8 ,, „. 3 6

TALE OF TWO CITIES 8 „ ... 3 o

HARD TIMES and PICTURES FROM ITALY ... 8 ,, ...3 o

UNCOMMERCIAL TRAVELLER 4 3 o

THE LIFE OF CHARLES DICKENS. Numerous Illustrations. 2 vols. 7 o

THE LETTERS OF CHARLES DICKENS.,, 2 vols. 8 o



THE ILLUSTRATED LIBRARY EDITION.

Complete in 30 Volumes. Demy Svo, los. each ; or set, £z;.

This Edition is printed on a finer paper and in a larger type than has been
employed in any previous edition. The type has been cast especially for it, and
the page is of a size to admit of the introduction of all the original illustrations.

No such attractive issue has been made of the writings of Mr. Dickens, which,
. various as have been the forms of publication adapted to the demands of an ever
widely-increasing popularity, have never yet been worthily presented in a really
handsome library form.

The collection comprises all the minor writings it was Mr. Dickens's wish to
preserve.

SKETCHES BY " BOZ." With 40 Illustrations by George Cruikshank.
PICKWICK PAPERS. 2 vols. With 42 Illustrations by Phiz.
OLIVER TWIST. With 24 Illustrations by Cruikshank.
NICHOLAS NICKLEBY. 2 vols. With 40 Illustrations by Phiz.
OLD CURIOSITY SHOP and REPRINTED PIECES. 2 vols. With Illus-
trations by Cattermole, &c.



24 BOOKS PUBLISHED BY

DICKENS'S (CHARLES) WORKS.

BARNABY RUDGE and HARD TIMES. 2 vols. With Illusirations by

Cattermole, &c.
MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT. 2 vols. With 40 Illustrations by Phiz.
AMERICAN NOTES and PICTURES FROM ITALY, i vol. With 8

Illustrations.
DOMBEY AND SON. 2 vols. With 40 Illustrations by Phiz.
DAVID COPPERFIELD. 2 vols. With 40 Illustrations by Phiz.
BLEAK HOUSE. 2 vols. With 40 Illustrations by Phiz.
LITTLE DORRIT. 2 vols. With 40 Illustrations by Phiz.
A TALE OF TWO CITIES. With 16 Illustrations by Phiz.
THE UNCOMMERCIAL TRAVELLER. With 8 Illustrations by Marcus Stone.
GREAT EXPECTATIONS. With 8 Illustrations by Marcus Stone.
OUR MUTUAL FRIEND. 2 vols. With 40 Illustrations by Marcus Stone.
CHRISTMAS BOOKS. With 17 Illustrations by Sir Edwin Landseer, R.A.,

Maclise, R.A., &c. &c.
HISTORY OF ENGLAND. With 8 Illustrations by Marcus Stone.
CHRISTMAS STORIES. (From "Household Words" and "All the Year

Round.") With 14 Illustrations.
EDWIN DROOD AND OTHER STORIES. With 12 Illustrations by S. L.

Fildes,

HOUSEHOLD EDITION.

Complete in 22 Vohunes, Crcnvn a,to, cloth, £\ Sj. 6d.

MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT, with 59 Illustrations, cloth, 53.
DAVID COPPERFIELD, with 60 Illustrations and a Portrait, cloth, 53.
BLEAK HOUSE, with 61 Illustrations, cloth, 5s.
LITTLE DORRIT, with 58 Illustrations, cloth, 5s.
PICKWICK PAPERS, with 56 Illustrations, cloth, 5s.
OUR MUTUAL FRIEND, with 58 Illustrations, cloth, 5s.
NICHOLAS NICKLEBY, with 59 Illustrations, cloth, 5s.
DOMBEY AND SON, with 61 Illustrations, cloth, ss.

EDWIN DROOD ; REPRINTED PIECES ; and other Stories, with 30 Illustra-
tions, cloth, 5s.
THE LIFE OF DICKENS. By John Forstek. With 40 Illustrations. Cloth, 5s.
BARNABY RUDGE, with 46 Illustrations, cloth, 4s.
OLD CURIOSITY SHOP, with 32 Illustrations, cloth, 4s.
CHRISTMAS STORIES, with 23 Illustrations, cloth, 4s.
OLIVER TWLST, with 28 Illustrations, cloth, 3s.
GRE.\T EXPECTATIONS, with 26 Illustrations, cloth, 3s.
SKETCHES BY " BOZ," with 36 Illustrations, cloth, 3s.
UNCOMMERCIAL TRAVELLER, with 26 Illustrations, cloth, 3s.
CHRISTMAS BOOKS, with 28 Illustrations, cloth, 3s.



CHAPMAN b- HALL, LLMITED.



25



DICKENS'S (CHARLES) WORKS.

THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND, with 15 Illustrations, cloth, 3s.
AMERICAN NOTES and PICTURES FROM ITALY, with 18 Illustrations,

cloth, 3s.
A TALE OF TWO CITIES, with 25 Illustrations, cloth, 3s.
HARD TIMES, with 20 Illustrations, cloth, 2S. 6d.



MR. DICKENS'S READINGS.

Fcap. Zvo, seived.



CHRISTMAS CAROL IN PROSE.

IS.

CRICKET ON THE HEARTH, is.
CHIMES : A GOBLIN STORY, is.



STORY OF LITTLE DOM BEY. is.
POOR TRAVELLER, BOOTS AT

THE HOLLY-TREE INN, and

MRS. GAMP. IS.



A CHRISTMAS CAROL, with the Original Coloured Plates,

being a reprint of the Original Edition. Small 8vo, red cloth, gilt edges, 5s,



THE POPULAR LIBRARY EDITION

OF THE WORKS OF

CHARLES DICKENS,

In 30 Vols., large crown Zvo, pice £6 ; separate Vols. ^s. each.

An Edition printed on good paper, containing Illustrations selected from
the Household Edition, on Plate Paper. Each Volume has about 450 pao-es
and 16 full-page Illustrations.



SKETCHES BY "BOZ."
PICKWICK. 2 vols.
OLIVER TWIST.
NICHOLAS NICKLEBY. 2 vols.
MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT. 2 vols.
DOMBEY AND SON. 2 vols.
DAVID COPPERFIELD. 2 vols.
CHRISTMAS BOOKS.
OUR MUTUAL FRIEND. 2 vols.
CHRISTMAS STORIES.
BLEAK HOUSE. 2 vols.
LITTLE DORRIT. 2 vols.



OLD CURIOSITY SHOP and

REPRINTED PIECES. 2 vols.
BARNABY RUDGE. 2 vols.

UNCOMMERCIAL TRAVEL-
LER.

GREAT EXPECTATIONS.

TALE OF TWO CITIES.

CHILD'S HISTORY OF ENG-
LAND.

EDWIN DROOD and MISCEL-
LANIES.

PICTURES FROM ITALY and
AMERICAN NOTES.



26 BOOK'S PUBLISHED BY

DICKENS'S (CHARLES) WORKS.

The Cheapest and Handiest Edition of

THE WORKS OF CHARLES DICKENS.

The Pocket-Volume Edition of Charles Dickens's "Works,
In 30 Vols, small f cap. Svo, £2 5s.



I/c70 ami CJieap Issue of

THE WORKS OF CHARLES DICKENS.

In pocket volumes.

PICKWICK PAPERS, with S Illustrations, cloth, 2s.

NICHOLAS NICKLEBY, with 8 Illustrations, cloth, 2s.

OLIVER TWIST, with 8 Illustrations, cloth, is.

SKETCHES BY " BOZ," with 8 Illustrations, cloth, is.

OLD CURIOSITY SHOP, with 8 Illustrations, cloth, 2s.

BARNABY RUDGE, with 16 Illustrations, cloth, 2s.

AI\IERICAN NOTES and PICTURES FROM ITALY, with S Illustrations, cloth, is.ed.

CHRISTMAS BOOKS, with 8 Illustrations, cloth, is. 6d.



SIXPENKY REPRINTS.

(L)

A CHRISTMAS CAROL and THE
HAUNTED MAN.

By Charles Dickens. Illustrated.
(II.)

READINGS FROM THE WORKS OF
CHARLES DICKENS.

As selected and read by himself and now published for the first time. Illustrated.

(III.)

THE CHIMES: A Goblin Story, and THE
CRICKET ON THE HEARTH.

Illustrated.
(IV.)

THE BATTLE OF LIFE ; A Love Story,
HUNTED DOWN, and A HOLIDAY
ROMANCE. Illustrated.



CHAPMAN Sf HALL, LLMITED. 27

List of Boohs, Drawing Examples, Diagrams, /'Models,
instruments, etc.,

INCLUDING

THOSE ISSUED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE SCIENCE
AND ART DEPARTMENT, SOUTH KENSINGTON, FOR THE
USE OF SCHOOLS AND ART AND SCIENCE CLASSES.



CATALOGUE OF MODERN WORKS ON SCIENCE

AND TECHNOLOGY. 8vo, sewed, is.
BJSNSON(W.)—

PRINCIPLES OF THE SCIENCE OF COLOUR.

Small 4to, 15s.

MANUAL OF THE SCIENCE OF COLOUR. Coloured

Frontispiece and Illustrations. i2mo, 2S. 6d.
BRADLEY [THOMAS], 0/ the Foyal Military Academy, Woohvich—

ELEMENTS OF GEOMETRICAL DRAWING. In Two

Parts, with 60 Plates. Oblong folio, half-bound, each part 16s.

Selections (from the above) of 20 Plates, for the use of the Royal INlilitary
Academy, Woolwich. Oblong folio, half-bound, i6s.

BURCHETT—

LINEAR PERSPECTIVE. With Illustrations. Post8vo,7s.
PRACTICAL GEOMETRY. Post 8vo, 5s.
DEFINITIONS OF GEOMETRY. Third Edition. 24mo,

sewed, sd.
CARROLL {JOHN)—

FREEHAND DRAWING LESSONS FOR THE BLACK

BOARD. 6s.
CUBLEY {W. H.)—

A SYSTEM OF ELEMENTARY DRAWING. With

Illustrations and Examples. Imperial 410, sewed, 3s. 6d.*
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DRAWING FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS. Post

'8vo, 3s.

MODEL DRAWING. i2mo, 3s.

DELAMOTTE [P. U.)—

PROGRESSIVE DRAWING-BOOK FOR BEGINNERS.

i2mo, 3s. 6d.
DYCE—

DRAWING-BOOK OF THE GOVERNMENT SCHOOL

OF DESIGN : ELEMENTARY OUTLINES OF ORNAMENT. 50 Plates.

Small folio, sewed, 5s. ; mounted, i8s.

INTRODUCTION TO DITTO. Fcap. 8vo, 6d.



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DRAWING-CARDS :

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Second Grade Set I., 2s.

HENSLOW [PROFESSOR]—

ILLUSTRATIONS TO BE EMPLOYED IN THE

PRACTICAL LESSONS ON BOTANY. Post 8vo, sewed, 6d.
JACOBSTHAL (E.)—

GRAMMATIK DER ORNAMENTE, in 7 Parts of 20

Plates each. Unmounted, £2 13s. 6d. ; mounted on cardboard, .j{Jii 4s. The
Parts can be had separately.

yElVJTT—

HANDBOOK OF PRACTICAL PERSPECTIVE. iSmo,

IS. 6d.
LINDLEY [JOHN)—

SYMMETRY OF VEGETATION: Principles to be

Observed in the Delineation of Plants. i2mo, sewed, is.
MARSHALL—

HUMAN BODY. Text and Plates reduced from the large

Diagrams. 2 vols., £1 is.
NEWTON (E. TULLE Y), F.G.S.—

THE TYPICAL PARTS IN THE SKELETONS OF A

CAT, DUCK, AND CODFISH, being a Catalogue with Comparative De-
scriptions arranged in a Tabular Form. Demy 8vo, 3s.

OLLVER (PROFESSOR)—

ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE VEGETABLE KINGDOM.

109 Plates. Oblong 8vo. Plain, 16s.; coloured, ^i 6s.
POYNTER (E. J.), R.A., issued under the superi7itendence of—

THE SOUTH KENSINGTON DRAWING SERIES.

FREEHAND— ELEMENTARY ORNAMENT: books 6d., cards,

gd. each.
FREEHAND— FIRST GRADE : books 6d., cards is. each.
FREEHAND— SECOND GRADE: books is., cards is. 6d. each.
FREEHAND— PLANTS FROM NATURE: books 6d., cards,

IS. each.
FREEHAND— HUMAN FIGURE, ELEMENTARY: books 6d.
FREEHAND— HUMAN FIGURE, ADVANCED: books 2s.

each.
FREEHAND — FIGURES FROM THE CARTOONS OF

RAT'ILVEL : four books, 2s. each.
FREEHAND— ELEMENTARY PERSPECTIVE DRAWING.

By S. J. Cartlidge, F.R.Hist.S. Books is. each; or one

vohime, cloth, 5s.
REDGRAVE -

MANUAL AND CATECHISM ON COLOUR. Fifth

Edition. 24mo, sewed, gd.
RODSON (GEORGE)—

ELEMENTARY BUILDING CONSTRUCTION. Oblong

folio, sewed, 8s.



CHAPMAN 6= HALL, LLMITED. 29

WALLIS (GEORGE)—

DRAWING-BOOK. Oblong, sewed, 3s. 6d.; mounted, 8s.

WORNUM {R. N. )—

THE CHARACTERISTICS OF STYLES: An Intro-

duclion to the Study of the History of Ornamental Art. Royal 8vo, Ss.

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Children from four years old and upwards, in Schools and Families. Compiled by
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Rook I.


Letters, Sd.


Book IV.


Objects, 8d.


„ II.


Ditto, 8d.


.. V.


Leaves, 8d.


„ III.


Geometrical and Ornamental


„ VI.


Birds, Animals, &c., 8d.




Forms, Sd.


„ VII.


Leaves, Flowers, and Sprays, 8d



*»* Or in Sets of Seven Books, 4s. 6d.

ENGINEER AND MACHINIST DRAWING-BOOK, i6 Parts,

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PRINCIPLES OF DECORATIVE ART. Folio, sewed, is.
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TWELVE HEADS after Holbein, selected from his Drawings in Her Majesty's

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A Tub, with handles and projecting hoops, and the divisions between the staves
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in diameter, and 12 inches long, divided lengthwise. A Hollow Sphere, 9 inches
in diameter, divided into semi-spheres, one of which is again divided into quarters ;
the semi-sphere, when placed on the cylinder, gives the form and principles of
shading a dome, whilst one of the quarters placed on half the cylinder forms a
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CHAPMAN &^ HALL, LLMITED. 31

BOTANICAL :

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CLASS. DIVISION. SECTION.

( /Thalamifloral

Dicotyledon .. . . ) Angiospermous • • gSo^al

\ Incomplete



2 &
4
5
6



( Gymnospermous . .
( Petaloid . . . . f Superior
Monocotyledons ,.\ t Inferior .

( Glumaceous
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6. THE ORGANS OF DIGESTION.

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The follcnving are among the Conlnhutors : —



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MATHEW ARNOLD.

PROFESSOR BAIN.

SIR SAMUEL BAKER.

PROFESSOR BEESLY.

PAUL BERT.

BARON GEORGETON BUNSEN.

DR. BRIDGES.

HON. GEORGE C. BRODRICK.

JAMES BRVCE, M.P.

THOMAS BURT, M.P.

SIR GEORGE CA^MPBEI.L, M.P.

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PROFESSOR SIDNEY COLVIN.

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G. H. DAR\VIN.

SIR GEORGE ^V. DASENT.

PROFESSOR A. V. DICEY.

RIGHT HON. H. F.\\VCETT, M.P.

ED\VARD A. FREEMAN.

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